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"Street scene on the Barbary Coast" (Kearny street, San Francisco, California]. Pan of street; views of "The So Different"; "Diana" and "Thalia" dance halls; sailors.
This movie is part of the collection: Prelinger Archives
Audio/Visual: sound, color
Creative Commons license: Public Domain Mark 1.0
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Never has 2 minutes been engrossing! This shot of San Francisco in 1914 crams a lot of visual materia into it! From all the sailors, the waiter (??) carrying food across the (rickety) street, to all of that signage, there was a whole lot to absorb, The So Different? The theatre inviting the public to fight George Nicholson (no wiki about him) and that movie displaying something about a "Ritchie Rivers" but nothing in wiki about that either. INTRIGUING! This is highly reccomended!